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aaaa '. w. tlolIN MI l' lli i i JK.. - F.DI aauMal.! be aent ao aa to rarrb aa t flne C ? montha , ...... ? - For tw I I ? ? ? ? atecrtp i-an be u caa - ? r i ? i Unu.-t. aa* to ua to I I ^ \ I I Kl' \*. . -.? ? -o 111 ' is ; -4 : A | vs bleb I - lun.v rinion.N is ail rivht v. ?utilized and But ther?* is usually I aon. Tben comes trouble to ? the one or ii | , bb> -?d. Mr. Roosevelt has gotten into the] : writing bualneaa again and bombards the pubiic with a flve thous and word measage. If the people get as Ured of hlm aa Congress did before adjournment. the effeet will sastroua both to blm snd hls <*?ndldate. have sa-en dsrk. | than ing visit4*d aat ? ' IN I I 1 1 i is true, m -or tne and a le jusll.e to lnnocent colored men, who unfortui, with? out aay rrsponsibility on their part the two cot. ing, fl ,-olitical now struggling for tsaaal Did thls jusUfy Mr. Kooge v.lt bb uaing ail of the ma.I the national government, re^nforced b\ hls peraonal pr try ni crushtng the members of v .f tifth InTantrx " \\V .io BOa thi aitor J. B Kor.ik.T has a toward aeared I i ai ? . tben a haaah lence and h Mr. .1 fact M : ? KOCH'S THEORY BOWLED OUT Tub2rcu!osisGongr&ss Declares Bovine Peril is Beal. COULDNT MAKE KOCH RETRACT Chaser" Threatened to Kill His ?Foraker Abandons Fight For United rd When Auto Plung-*d Over Embankment?Child I Oriven t, - By Campaign Yarna?Dropped Dead Talking to Studenta. ? - ? - 8 a sr-rtes t tubi a.n man to man of I on, aa the aao ? i ..aures be i ! against Bovine at the possibility of ti. offlv .al expreasion, wl (itif of thi- most important resa ' tbe congre.s, was rltb prolonged cheers. An offort was made at a ?* ing of Botable Amerlcan and f< ? . from his posltion but he refuaed. T'.e meetlng was very splriti-d. Dr. ?bi. of New York. de clared at one point: "Tb .nd? of babiea in the world are of far more lsnportanc. thaa the tation of one acientist" Threatened to Kill Family. Another insane outbreak among the "Devil Chasers," whose religious org ies were responaible for the death of a beautiful littie girl in the early aum mer, came when William H. Bachman. a coualn of Albert lla.bmao. the Naaa reth man who killed the cblld la the first outbre&k. went upon one of the frenzled "Bible atudies" to **hich the members of the aect are addicted. William Bachman. who la now in jail as an insane patlent. flrst exhlb it.-ii hla fren/y by kicklng hla wife out of the hou?>' at Went I*e??sport ing. Pa.. and thea turning ln r> beat aU ot his flve chlldren. whose ages rsnge trom a baby of a year t.> a ;or thelr "Rense." aa he I It. Ba got the chlldren togetber in a room. and with an old arn and a flint-lock rifle in his hands. d around them. dei-larlcg thal he waa lasplred to blow ail af "iuto ? Auto Plunged Over Embankrr.ent. ln an ai ira old. and i were laatantl and her band ir., taged k, a neph ' l I ' - Fear That Beara Have Eaten Child. By Campaign Yarps f Washingto Dog faaaathera Sleeping Baby. : I ?? ? led By Exploaion. an.l tha* I The Lord'a Day Alliance. i has . i haa heen cal. . tshurg. Dec, 1. 2 B alliance shail b?* organized alon lines as s Day A!: is said to be in the preeenrattt ath. vli r.- lal.or iuvited to send | ar Shot Son .nd Killed Hlmself. BJchard n .y whi< ii he laaaai John i six years old. shot an.l iserlously aVOBBded l h ? ? ?an. drank carholic acid and Jnaapad froai a aladow 01 his homa at 1'iiion b an effort to j ? nd hls own l.fe While ihe father and *'>n a*an to a hospital! la an am aa sprang I upon the a boy aad ? to strsngle bla H<> fell back ai. Just as the ambulance reached the hospital. Y< ing Burkbardt prubabiy will reeovar. Foraker Ab.ndons Fight For Senate. Senator Jos-?ph B. Foraker ann ed at Cincinnati. 0., that he a not make a spesking tour of Ohi.. fall in adi af his re-election to tne Oaltai Btatat eenate. Tbis an nouncement. tollowtng one made ju-t after the H. arst expose, saylng he would tour the atate and ?p? ? 888 of ha connectlon with the Standard Oil cornpany, is takeu l opponenta to mean that Foraker reeoar nlzcs the futiltty of trying for re tlon to tbe senate. Fatally Burned Trying to Light Pipe. Wandering a waa from his home Cdward Thompson.^our yeara cf age aras burned to death near Towei City. Pa A searchlng party found the child near a hay rrlbly burned. He was still liviug and aged ta tell his mother that he had trl??d to llght a pip*> and ln ?ra H? ron aloDK th. he knew his father was ? BBC but was nnablc h him. The little fellow di* a few hours later. Dropped Dead Talk.ng to Students. \\ h | with 81 too i v J) aalvaralt] Calboun. slxty flve years old. died of a heinorrhage. for twenty-tbree years Ihe day p !ego and was known t;> many generatioaa of P Darlag his loaa perlod of was r. rwn to bava i in rlaalng Suicide Rather Than Burden Family. ? n a waal Farmer, Sixty. Offera $5000 For Bride. l ? I ' Son'a Blow Killed Father. 1 CONDENSED NEWS ITEIYIS Thureday, October 1. ? ? ? ad at falling fl day, October 2. a ' ? | **, Saturday. October 3. - ?v n. . Eaat t.ir. Monday, October 5. I Batblabaaa ii to gath.-r and was . Jl ttom a Ch;i a negro. or \ il in . n was baprii the ncck of Alex. Cblklllo, In M Carnu*l. hy hurling him ov.r a porch. Tuesday, October 6. P. J. Qeissinajer. ol J K. Ti Post. *? ,. Pa.. .lr d?^ad in Philadelphia while wail Ma: * . two years old. rniri.* .th on a lot neai borne in Philadelphia. *.*. ing caught ahlaze from a nibblsh flr. Ten paraoaa were killed and than a dozen lajarad in sn which wr<*cked hnuse at 71*^ Mulberry Btl York. Thomas Morrison. i.rominent n rallmad and bnalaeaa cireles, *ir. deal in tl Cein**tery aaa at Cincinnati, O.. just as a mceting of the aaa was about to be cali* Wednosday, October ?. General Loala Titzgerald. for than half a centnry a prominont ftgurc a York. died at his h> son-on the HudHon, ag*ed sevem, years. Andr?*w Zydusa. a retlred hot.l keeper at Jessup. near Scranton. Pa. shot and killed his wife and. turning tbe revolver on bimself, . suicide. Cbarged with erlminal assault on bla own daughter, Hen Price. a negro, was selsed by a mob at Glenflora. Tex.. fcftken _to tba center of the town anJ banged to a tree. As the result of s colllsion between a yard cnglne snd a specla' Treight train on the Orand Trunk ra'.w-t) n< ar Brantfor.l, Ont . three persons w-re kil'.cd and two injured. MARKET GUOTAilONS The Lateat Ciosing Prices In the Principal Markata. ! iELPHIA FIA >CR inilet: ? * ' rnllls. fsney. 15.85 ptead j ? ? ? ? | ? 3 Live Stock Markets. FIREMEN AND POLICE PARADF. rhousands Cheered Municipal Pageant in Philadelphia. GERMANS ALSO CELEBRATE Held Big Parade snd L.y Corneratone of Monument In Germantown to Francis Dan.cl Pastorius, the ; . om Germany to Amer Ica?President Roosevelt Sent Feli tions. and the German Embassy at Washington Was Repr.sented By AtUche. i ? - ' >t Waahington ? I I l ? - ? I : : . : I trucks with towerlag i and tl adea ] of Philadelphia ol.lt:, Flre cotapaay away back in 174 old bi ,iit la \~'J<j for the > was as well as a nner at the world's fair ttary old apparatus. and th sled ? rana in white ? a of aaarch. Th oarriers ;i .? in for a i i tha aaaaaaaa, whia .* unstin,. appreclatloa of the soldierly a; A great throng on Monday . a.iad atreet to v., ira.i.a \s ln, h ,alt - and asiaOt and of tho National Oaard of IVnnaylvania Major eral Frederick D Orant, romtoui the d t of the ea I as grand marshal of th?* iniposlng pageant an.! of raar.h The rogulars of the -:atas army from tho cavalry. artiilery and Infmitry brancheH had the right of th. line an.l armwa toBmm bat talion of bluejacketa and aaliors from or present "hoine' sqna.lron of the navy. T .. ? n was composed of tbe entir national guard of the state, and at its head ratla Oaaataei stuart an staff. Th? t vled with Qeneral Orant in sharing the plaudlts and ch?-.r hroags of apectators. A tbird ilivislon of the parade waa made up of veteran crganizations. aome troops from New Jeraey and a Boya' Brigade. Weak Man Receipt Free. Any man wao suffers with nervoua debllity, loss of naturaJ power, weak back, falling memory or deti.'ient tnanhood, brought on by exooaaaa. dlssipatlon, unnatural dralns or t**-o folltes of youth, may ?ure htmself 9 bome with a simple prescrlptlon tbat 1 will gladly send free, ln a plain aea led envelope, to any man who wlll write for lt. A R Robinson. 3SB$ Luck Building. Detroit, Michlgaa. NOMAN MACK COLLAPSES Democratic Chairman la Suffarlng From Nervoua Exhaustion. 1 nian IA Mack. ratlc national . Yapi-ud as a result of .?' and a ?!. He ls ?* ian and a trained The Hla ' r. Ma?k came nly snd alarmed fellow mi?; of t i Dr. Anditorium I was - '.. and he said tha Macl -.Tering i VOfb is exhaustion. He did not be and intlmated that tolo to re suni" a few da Ssys President Won't Go On Stump. stump in ?lign thia fall. aoeordbsf to rgynmn at the [f any and said 11 th** SHOT AND KILLED BY SISTER-IN-LAW Domesiic Trou!i!es of J. Clayton Erb End in His Death. and 11. ? 1 t was : r* Driver ? ? I of a ? 1 Killed Soon After He Found Work. old, in a fall in tha bull m h of work. ?>.?.-? va?-aa.? f*M N -.-.-'?? * ?.---? VX? 4 II 18 tnrwr.*! 5 12 an 13 1? 20 2526 14 21 3 101 lejir 23241 2. 9 8" 15 22 205051 didn't chanite me a bit when ni-le left his iortijiie t,. ? are as BBT ? bargaln as ever- I JournaL Paaaing. A dcathlivaa ftam,-. <l*,at r>r;*y f..r** Tl.e* only drathl?aa famp f?t.> njlvea. Ia that ahlch Baaaa no da?th. baaauae It na-ver llvea. _ -Pu-ofc.